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National Research University Higher School of EconomicsStudent ThesesThe Nature of Civil Disobedience Movement at the Time of Hu Jintao Administration

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
aleksey Chigadaev
The Nature of Civil Disobedience Movement at the Time of Hu Jintao Administration
9
2016
There is a rapid growth in the public protests number and scale in 2003-2013. According to some scientists’ point of view, this is the effect of unsuccessful Hu Administration’s social reforms which means that «Harmonious Society» policy is failed. Under investigation is a nature of socioeconomic issues that led up to the mass riots, civil disobedience acts and demonstrations in PRC at the time of Hu Jintao Administration from 2003 to 2013. The goal is to analyze the causes of mass riots and forecast the possibility of PRC long political stability under the Xi Jinping Administration on the base of relevant statistic data and mass media publications (economical, political, etc.), and formulate the basic claims of protesters in socioeconomic field

In the absence of effective channels for interaction between society and the state represented by the CPC, the number of civil disobedience acts will continuously increase. The primary purpose is not to simply demonstrate the fact that social unrest provoked the mass riots, the purpose is to identify the underlying mechanisms which causally connect them and to provide predictive knowledge of CPC socioeconomic system stability.

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